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CJCSI 4360.01

EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION

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Organization: CJCS
Publication Date: 29 February 2012
Status: inactive
Page Count: 42
scope:

Purpose. This instruction:

a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) in the Joint Operation Planning Process to facilitate planning to support the full spectrum of operations during peacetime and wartime periods, as defined in reference (a).

b. Establishes procedures for integrating ESMRM into the military planning process and procedures for identifying the potential hazards/consequences/ risks associated with munitions (i.e., military, foreign, other) to enable informed decision making.

c. Clarifies the level in the chain of command that risk and consequence decisions will be accepted and approved when the explosives safety requirements of reference (b) cannot be met. Enclosure C of this instruction provides a framework for conducting ESMRM Consequence and Risk Identification (C&RI) Assessments.

d. Clarifies roles in the coordination of U.S. consequence acceptance decisions with multinational partners when military munitions are involved in operations.

e. Clarifies the reporting and approval processes for ESMRM site approvals, deviations, and assessments throughout planning and execution for enduring and non-enduring locations. The framework includes:

(1) The chain of command for enduring locations (installations) that can meet the ESMRM requirements of reference (b).

(2) The chain of command for non-enduring locations (contingency bases) established to support war and contingency operations (such as bases in Afghanistan) that cannot meet the ESMRM requirements of reference (b).

(3) The approval process for ESMRM C&RI assessments conducted at Aerial and Seaports of Embarkation/Debarkation (S/APOD and S/APOE) and at en route infrastructure support facilities (DoD and non-DoD controlled) that are used to support Geographic Combatant Commander (GCC) operational and contingency plans.

(4) The approval process for military construction (MILCON) within areas that cannot meet explosives safety requirements and require a deviation.

f. Clarifies that logistics operations involving military munitions that do not meet requirements of Enclosure B are permitted to continue until the risks and consequences have been assessed per Enclosure C and accepted at the level of command delegated by the GCC.

Applicability

a. This instruction applies to the Joint Staff, Military Services, Defense agencies, the Combatant Commands, sub-unified commands, joint task forces (JTF), and their subordinate component commands (hereafter referred to collectively as the "DoD Components").

b. This instruction applies to the S/APOD and S/APOE and en route infrastructure identified in the operational planning process unless access by an assessment team is restricted by the host nation.

c. This instruction does not apply to overseas "enduring" (e.g. Main Operating Bases) or DoD installations within the United States and U.S. territories. The Military Services shall continue to use the established Military Service chain of command to address ESMRM related requirements as specified in reference (b) for enduring locations.

Document History

August 5, 2023
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) policies and procedures to mitigate potential risks, hazards, and consequences associated with...
May 7, 2021
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) in the Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) to facilitate...
August 31, 2018
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating explosives safety and munitions risk management (ESMRM) into the Joint Operation Planning Process (JOPP) to...
November 25, 2014
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) in the Joint Operation Planning Process to facilitate...
CJCSI 4360.01
February 29, 2012
EXPLOSIVES SAFETY AND MUNITIONS RISK MANAGEMENT FOR JOINT OPERATIONS PLANNING, TRAINING, AND EXECUTION
Purpose. This instruction: a. Establishes policies and practices for integrating Explosives Safety and Munitions Risk Management (ESMRM) in the Joint Operation Planning Process to facilitate...

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